To decontextualize one of the most classic and celebrated interior design types. To rethink the classical frameworks of Le Corbusier e Van der Rohe in order to reinterpret the daybed in a contemporary key in light of the teachings of radical design. It could be the perfect pop chaise longue for your situationist shrink. And maybe it might even work to help you overcome the fear of water.
Blows recalls the reassuring and archétypal shapes of the air mattress of the seventies, and brings within domestic spaces the taste of a vacations that can last even ail year long.
Supported by four essential legs of stainless Steel, the structures is made of polyuréthane foam. For the upholstery Waterborn was used, an innovative cloth made thanks to modem technology that makes it possible to save 70% of the water and 35% of C02 when compared to normal microfiber cloths. The cloth is hand sewn on polyuréthane, so as to give the illusion of an inflatable mattress. You won't feel the earth under your feet anymore, but an océan of relax in which to lose and lightly abandon yourselves - even fall asleep without the risk of being carried away by the current. Home is your safe harbour; Blow is your exclusive and privileged berth, let alone it does not pollute, needs no maintenance and has no running costs. Bye-bye, yacht - and welcome Blow into my dreams.
Blows recalls the reassuring and archétypal shapes of the air mattress of the seventies and decontextualizes one of the most classic and celebrated interior design types like the day-bed. Supported by four essential legs in stainless Steel, the structure is made of polyuréthane foam.